Recovery Coaching Training | South Africa
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Recovery Coaching Training | South Africa About U-ACT Events U-ACT Blog Ambassadors of Social Change Training & CSI Initiatives Our Coaches Donations Training Is the Training for Me? Certification Process Recovery Coach Training 2016 Apply | Become Part of the Solution TODAY! Recovery Wellness Programme Training In the Workplace Treatment Programmes Contact Search Recovery Coach Training | South Africa You are here: Home The Ubuntu Addiction Community Trust | We Create #RecoveryCapital We offer professional Recovery Coach training We offer experiential training... To support individuals, families, communities & organisations... To develop their personal resources... To empower those affected by substance abuse & addiction... To create & develop #RecoveryCapital. PreviousNext 12345 A Recovery Coaching interview with Attie Course Outline More details on course outline, costs and training for the South African community. Certification Process Details of the training assessment and certification process. Coach Assessment Booking To book your live coaching assessment, please contact Leigh-Anne on (011)728-9200 | The assessment process takes 45 – 60 minutes and needs to be completed during office hours (Monday – Friday). The Ubuntu Addiction Community Trust | U-ACT Recovery Coaching | Become Part of the Solution What is is…and isn’t! What is Recovery Coaching? A positive proactive relationship designed to promote & strengthen recovery. Recovery coaching is rooted in a ‘wellness’ model approach to working with others. It combines Recovery Orientation and Coaching Skills to provide a specific approach to a particular Recovery Coaching Specialty. Recovery Coaching recognises that the development and success of recovery rests as on the recognition of the human need to build, develop and live fulfilling meaningful lives over time whilst attending to solving and meeting current needs. Recovery coaching builds on the natural resources that we all have so we can decide for ourselves how to manage our own lives, cope with difficulties and develop our futures. In this way it supports us in building exciting and successful lives. A recovery coaching relationship is a conscious designed partnership between coach and the person they are coaching (The Recoveree) that actively and practically pursues the Recoverees vision and goals for their life. Based in the reality of the Recoverees resources and skills the coach assists them in developing further life and recovery resources to support a fulfilling life built on positive self-regard, self-responsibility and social participation. It helps people in recovery from a wide variety of life experiences and challenges including but not limited to substance and behaviour misuse and / or addiction, chronic illness, social and family breakdown, mental illness and depression. The practice of Recovery Coaching also encompasses working with people close to individuals experiencing difficulty. What does it offer? Structured focused support to decide how best to tackle issues you are facing. A clearer understanding of what you want for your future and the creation of plans and goals so you can make it more of a reality. What is Recovery Coaching not? It is not therapy, counselling or treatment. It is highly complementary in many circumstances to these other professions and recovery coaches are encouraged to form alliances and positive professional relationships with others assisting in the field of recovery. Recovery Coaching is a Niche Model Recovery Coaching is a niche model that is focusing on using the coaching relationship to facilitate change within addictive and destructive behavioural patterns. It is coaching with a specialty in recovery from any challenging situation ~ addiction, illness (or mindset around illness), life-changes… Embedded here is the development of self, resilience, endurance, and expansion. It engages with various models of coaching and where this fits within the systemic model of detrimental behaviours – addiction, substance abuse, weight loss, workaholism, etc. It takes a look at the brain and it’s responses to various situations. We explore how coaching within these responses can be useful and hugely raise self-awareness. It is a growing niche market and we’re very excited about being pioneers in this area of coaching. We would very much like to partner up with other passionate coaches and to collaborate in getting this form of coaching into the marketplace. Knowledge of coaching in this arena is important and applicable to all individuals, as it looks at behaviour patterns. It prepares us to engage with and address addictive behaviour, which exists in all of us. The Recovery Coach Training is Proudly Supported by These International Organisations U-ACT Recovery Coaches taking part in training at The Foundation Clinic | Life-changing, experiential learning! OUR Mission | Create #RecoveryCapital & Become The Solution! Hall of Fame | These are some of the projects created by our students…THIS SOLUTION WORKS! We plant the seed of knowledge with care and support Grows into sustainable solutions PreviousNext 123 Partnering with Government DSD and Community Creating Employment and Recovery Services in the Private Sector Upcoming Training Dancing With Shadow | A Weekend with Billy Hill August 5 @ 6:00 pm - August 7 @ 2:00 pm Recovery Coach Training | Module 1 & 3 August 12 @ 6:00 pm - August 14 @ 1:00 pm View All Events We help save lives and that could include the hundreds of thousands of residents within South Africa and abroad still addicted to drugs or alcohol as well as people with other psychological and psychiatric challenges. We help stop crime because much crime is closely associated with substance abuse, addiction and intoxication. We help save families through support groups that put an end to isolation and offer understanding instead of disapproval. We educate organisations about how to treat and integrate people with psychological and drug issues. We will certainly save the state’s taxpayers’ millions and millions of Rands once South Africans adopt informed and consistent pro-recovery policies and funding priorities. Over the years, we have gathered and written a lot of stuff about U-ACT which we will share with you. Share this entry Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Share on Vk Share on Reddit Share by Mail Send us mail Name * E-Mail * Subject * Message * “I warmly commend the SHARP course in coaching to anyone interested in helping people with personal problems whatever the nature of their interest. I attended the course for reasons of both personal development and in order to form a view on whether this kind of coaching might have an important role to play in helping people with problems related to excessive gambling. I got a great deal out of it personally and came away fully persuaded that this approach to helping people has a major role to play in all forms of therapy and counselling as well as constituting a stand-alone strategy for directly and dramatically helping people with many different types of problem. This may range from those related to recovering from an addiction or other behavioural disorder to those encountered in ordinary personal relationships and working life. Particularly impressive aspects of the course are: its emphasis on encouraging clients to themselves identify the solutions to their problems in the course of conversational relationships amongst equals; its highly imaginative use of metaphors of many different kinds in order to generate insight into characterological dispositions; its selective but non-dogmatic use of multiple theories; and – perhaps most important of all – its emphasis on utterly honest commitment to, and care for the real well-being of clients.” Prof Peter CollinsExecutive Director South African National Responsible Gambling Foundation. “I came into this course with a rudimentary knowledge of Coaching from an 8-month Eating Psychology Coaching online course around nourishment, and little practical experience. I was not sure what to expect, particularly given my own recovery experience through AA. What drew me to Coaching was the inherent premise that , in the wellness universe, we are all whole and unbroken and that we have the ability to solve our issues if we only dared to explore our own thoughts. I was also attracted by my own belief that there must other be ways to help people in the different stages of addiction than those centered on the debate of “are you and addict or not”? Recovery Coaching seemed to offer that possibility. The Recovery Coach training has given me a firm grounding in Coaching: the theory and practice and provides an excellent springboard into the world of the Integral Coach which is where I would like to go. I love the idea of the Co-Active coaching model, the power of open questions and limiting assumptions, and the fact that our greatest skills as a coach lie in our ability to listen. I come from a profession that likes to shout first and shout again later: coaching has introduced me to the power of silence. It is so easy feel the need to interrupt, put words in the mouths of others and try and look smart by projecting one’s will at all opportunities. The Co-Active Model of Intervention suggests that our role as Recovery Coaches operates both in the culture of addiction and through the other side into a culture of recovery. This hope is what excites me: that we don’t have to hit rock bottom, and that there is help on the other side. I suspect it was this philosophy that challenged my thinking most after the very first session.” Thoby Solheim “The whole experience has been incredibly transformative on so many levels of my life. My own interpretation of my addiction and past traumatic experiences has undergone a huge shift in awareness, especially regarding my own belief systems. The best way of describing it would be a rebirth of my reality and consciousness. I am now able to go into my immediate community and offer a new way of dealing with differences in society. I am able to help facilitate awareness within the gay and especially the gay HIV positive community, as coaching is incredible goal and action orientated, thus creating a vision of the future. Through coaching the client moves past the social discrimination and stigma and into a healthy belief system which supports themselves and the community at large. The process I have undergone through this course has enabled me to dream for a better future and believe that it is possible! I believe that coaching is the future of treatment for addiction and various other problems facing society.” Johan Potgieter Johann Potgiter “From my own personal experience I came into the course with the belief that recovery coaching works. Having completed the 3 modules I now understand the theory behind how and why it works. I learned a lot about coaching, the brain, people, behavior, addiction and recovery. I have learned some fantastic tools that I am practicing in coaching and in my life. I learned a lot about myself and feel expanded. The course is fascinating. The learning experience is intimate and authentic. David and Lila are enigmatic & wise teachers with great knowledge and expertise to impart.” Katherine Farrell,Discovery Health “I am intrigued and inspired by the concept of coaching, as an addition to counseling and therapy, especially in the recovery world. I am excited and thrilled to be on this journey, and thankful that I have found this path to a new way of helping people, and to help this world become a better place, one client at a time. ” Tako Soulman “Doing this coaching course has been a profound learning experience for me. Certainly the course material and modules were inspiring but also the learning on a personal level has been rewarding. Having experienced therapy and counselling in the past, I love the action and results of coaching as a modality. I think of it as ‘having to put your money where your mouth is” as coaching is about moving towards the goals you say you want in your life. I see these results not only with my clients but find I can also apply these principles and practices in my own life and so challenge myself too. I am most grateful to be able to understand how helpful coaching can be for somebody in recovery. I am very pleased to be part of the ‘trail-blazer’s’ in this field and hope that I can also bring something special! Many thanks for your enthusiasm and belief in disseminating what you know.” Lauren Joubert “I absolutely love the course! The best part of the course for me was not only the practical experience that supports the theory and the real life examples, but the environment that is conducive to learning without fear – its that supportive, encouraging and life changing! A few weeks later and I am a witness to beautiful changes in my own life that also has an impact towards people around me. When I experience those moments, I know with absolute certainty – that’s what I learnt as a result of attending that course! It has opened a whole new world for me, even as a vocation!” Michael Reid Interesting links Here are some interesting links for you! Enjoy your stay :) Pages About U-ACT Ambassadors of Social Change Apply | Become Part of the Solution TODAY! Certification Process Contact Donations Is the Training Right For Me? Login Recovery Coach | Registration Form Recovery Coach Training | South Africa Recovery Coach Training 2016 Recovery Coaches | From a Culture of Addiction to a Culture of Recovery Recovery Coaching in the Workplace Recovery Wellness Programme Training Register Reset Password Testimonials Training Training & CSI Initiatives Treatment Programmes UACT Blog Ubuntu Addiction Community Trust | U-ACT View Profile Copyright - Ubuntu Addiction Community Trust - Enfold Theme by Kriesi Facebook Reset Password Login Register View Profile Scroll to top Whois

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